SPRING CLEANUP WILL BE MAY 6 8:30 am—NOON
We are looking for a volunteer for the Board of Properties for the position of Chairperson. Speak to Rich Karstensen or Fred Hohnstadt if interested.
St. Trinity has a teams of volunteers who mow the grass, and we are need of more volunteers. We work in teams, and each team mows every 5 weeks. If interested in joining a team, please contact Rich Karstensen 248.625.4866 or Fred Hohnstadt 248.922.1781.
An invitation to all St. Trinity Men from St. Stephen’s Men’s Golf League:
I am so excited to deliver this first golf email of 2017! The St. Stephen’s Men’s Golf League is now forming. We are back at Springfield Oaks, on Tuesdays at 4:45pm. Your first night of golf will be May 9th. The season is 18 weeks long, probably running us into the first week of September since we will miss one night, July 4th. The cost is $275.00, which is the same as last year. Carts are extra, paid to the pro shop each week. The course is walkable, if you should want. If you can have your cash, or checks (made out to Rick Barrett) by May 1st, it woud be appreciated. See Rick at church or put them in his mailbox. Let me know if you wish to play. If you have a partner, or need one, let me know that too. I look forward to enjoying another summer of fellowship and friendly competition with you fine gentlemen!
St. Trinity is planning a trip to a Tigers game on June 29th. All St. Trinity members & friends are welcome to come. More details to follow in the coming weeks.
Softball season is here. We are looking for males age 14 and older to join the team. There is a signup sheet in the FLC for those interested in playing with us.
Contact Richard Karstensen at email@example.com with questions.
The youth of St. Trinity will be serving Easter Breakfast again this year.
A sign up sheet will be posted in the Narthex.
Please plan to attend, and sign up, so we will have an idea of how much food we will need.
We are also looking for donations of food: eggs, juice, breads, etc.
Donation forms are available in the narthex and on youth table in the FLC Hallway.
Please place donation forms in the basket provided in the narthex or give to a Youth Leader.
April 1 — May 14
A basket of empty baby bottles will be available in the Narthex. Please take one or
more home with you for the next couple of weeks and fill with coins and bills. A check is
acceptable, too—Make checks payable to the Oxford Pregnancy Center.
On MOTHER’S DAY, May 14th, please bring your filled bottle and place it back in the
basket in the Narthex.
The Oxford Pregnancy Center is a non-profit Christian agency
that does not receive any state or federal funding. They rely on churches, local
organizations, businesses and individuals for funding. They provide material,
educational, spiritual and emotional support for women/teens facing an unplanned
pregnancy. A M.O.M.S. program is available for these young mothers who keep their
babies for continued support with child rearing during the baby’s 1st year of life.
Thank you for your generosity and prayers.
March 26 — September
We are now collecting trial-size personal hygiene items such as soap, shampoo,
toothbrushes, toothpaste, and denture-cleaning tablets, in addition to writing supplies
such as pens, pencils, and notebooks. Please no books and no magazines. There will
be a box in the coat room for these items to be donated to the Veteran’s Hospital.